LEGO Ideas have just announced that 7 projects have achieved the required 10K votes to qualify for the third 2017 LEGO Ideas Review. In no particular order, here are the 7 that go into the next phase to be considered for selection as an official LEGO Ideas set.
The designer of 21310 Old Fishing Store, RobenAnne scores an amazing hat trick by having 3 submissions qualify, the Boat House Diner, The Lighthouse and The Dive Shop. These 3 designs all ring a familiar theme and feel to the Old Fishing Store.
The Lighthouse by RobenAnne
The Dive Shop by RobenAnne
Boat House Diner by RobenAnne
Someone that’s no stranger to Ideas is Jason Allemann from JKBrickworks who designed 21305 LEGO Ideas Maze that was released back in April 2016. Now Jason has collaborated with Grant Davis, and together they reach another review milestone with their Pop-Up Book. You can always depend on JKBrickworks for something very different and unique, and this is no exception.
Pop-Up Book by JKBrickworks and Grant Davis
The Jaguar E-Type Roadster by Ozzyeatingbats with about 1600 bricks is the only vehicle in this lineup.
Jaguar E-Type Roadster by Ozzyeatingbats
SeeMarkGeek closes in on the finishing line with RuPaul’s Brick Race featuring a popular TV show themed submission.
RuPaul’s Brick Race by SeeMarkGeek
And last but not least, a LEGO Christmas Story House by twrt0es brings back memories from the movie to tug heartstrings bringing it one step closer to being an official LEGO set.
The LEGO Christmas Story House by twrtoes
These seven sets will join the others that qualified earlier in 2017 and go through rigorous rounds of evaluation via the LEGO Review Board, consisting of designers and product managers. This is the most critical phase when fan designers must anxiously wait to hear if their design will become an official LEGO set.
If you’re new to the LEGO Idea phases, here’s the official word on how it works
Finally, a quick recap of the first 2017 Review Results when TRON Legacy Light Cycle was selected to be the next Ideas Set.
The second 2017 Reviews are still ongoing and will be announced early 2018.